Monday, December 17, 2001

Salvation Army needs toy donations




        The Salvation Army needs more donated toys to keep up with a record number of families applying for gifts this year.

        More than 5,000 families with more than 10,000 children applied for gifts from the Salvation Army's Toy Shops, which plan to distribute gifts Tuesday and Wednesday.

        If enough donated toys can't be collected by Tuesday, the Salvation Army will have to buy the toys, officials said.

        The toys are needed for older boys and girls (school-age children, ages 7-13). New, unwrapped toys can be donated to the Salvation Army at 114 E. Central Parkway from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

        Information: 762-8605.

       



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